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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1898)
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Leenardand Miss Putnam welcomed
thecallera in the refreshment rooms,
which were in pink with Tines and
palms in profusion. Ices were served
from a block of ice. Mrs. Hewitt baa
not visited Lincoln since Doctor Hewitt
was the beloved rector of the Episcopal
church here, and it was a great pleasure
to meet hnr again. Lincoln people will
be glad to know that Dr. Hewitt likes
Columbus, Ohio, and is very much
liked in return.
Mrs. Ross Curtice gave a card party
on Wednesday afternoon at the pretty
home 1912 G street. Hearts and pro
gressive euchre were played at alternate
tables. While the ladies were playing a
large music box played an accompani
ment The guests were: Mesdamea F.
W. Brown, C. L. Burr, Brock Barnard,
Coffrotb, Crancer, Clark, Dorgan, Ew
ing, C. Funke, Holm, Hargreavce, Jan
sen, Kirby. Ladd, Mohrenntecber, Muir,
Mitchell, Marshall. R. H. Oakley, Pat
rick, Price. Righter, Smyser, Tilton, D.
E. Thompson. Welch, W. C. Wilson,
Mrs. Arthur W. Lane and Mrs. John
Doane gave reception at thn home of
Mrs . Doane on Friday, the 14th. About
two hundred invitations were issued to
the ladies of Plymouth church and vi
cinity. The ladies who assisted in the
parlors were: Mesdamea Z. Towcsend,
J. A. Lippincott, J. A. Devore, D. E.
Green, H. C. M. Burgees, J. W. Bell and
W. T. Stevens. Mrs. W. A. Selleck pre
sided over the ices assisted by Misses
Lucy HaywoodfCarol Churchill, Jean
ette Green and Evelyn Hoagland. The
reception was a church and neighbor
hood function to promote the social life
in the church and neighborhood, and
was very auccessful.
On Monday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.CE. Sanderson at 1524
South Seventeenth street, the choir and
members of the music committee of the
Trinity M.E. church held a delightful
social meeting. During the evening
Mies Florence Bobiuson gave a piano
solo, Mrs. Jewell sang "Blossoms,"
Blanche Johnson gave a piano solo. Mr.
Walters sang "For You," and a ladies'
quartet, composed of Mrs. Cone. Mrs.
Trigg and the Mkses Nellie and Leta
Trigg sang "Thn Lost Chord." The
music was thoroughly enjoyable. In
addition there was an art exhibit which
proved very antertaicing to those for
tunate enough to be present.
Miss Spurck will begin Her classes in
gymnasium Monday, November 17. Al
most twice as many have registered this
fall aa did last and the prospect is that
there will be many more. Those who
have been in Miss Spurck's classes
know just what her work is and can cer
tify that she can efficiently correct faults
malting from undeveloped muscles.
She does her work thoroughly and in
sists on good form, the most essential
. point in all gymnastic work. Anyone
wishing to visit the-classea at any time
is very welcome. Mothers are espe
cially urged to come and take an inter
est in this work, which is so essential in
the education and development of the
Chancellor and Mrs. McCIean received
for the new students at the university
Saturday night, thus continuing the
weekly at-homes which they held last
year. The charm of manner of host and
hostess made each and all feel at home
and at ease, strangers though they were.
Hagesow's orchestra made sweet music
for accompaniment to merry voices
throughout the evening. Chancellor
and Mrs. McClsan were assisted by the
following in receiving and entertaining
the large number of newstudentsof the
Bivereity: Deans Sherman, Bessey;
Mrs. Wilson, dean of women; Professor
Richards and Mr. Davidson: Mesdamea
Shsrmin, Bessey; Misses Barr, Barton.
Ellen Smith; Messrs. ii. H, Wilton,
Shedd, Dales, Wester man and Crabtree.
Miss Kate L. Joyce was married to Mr.
G . F. Fisher on Wednesday at high noon
at the home of the bride's parents at 439
south 12th. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of a few relatives
by Bev. J. B. Johnson, formerly of Lin
coln but now of Colorado Springs. A
luncheon followed, and in the afternoon
the young people started on an east
era journey, which will be preceded by
a etay of a few days at Omaha. They
will return in a week or ten days to re
ceive the congratulations of their friends,
a large number of whom are in univers
ity circles. Mr. Fisher was a member of
the class of fM. Mies Joyce has been a
student in the university school of
music of late years, and besides being
an unusually attractive young lady has
been counted a very talented pupil.
Mrs. Charles Hammond gave a pro
gressive euchre party last Saturday in
honor of her cousin, Mrs. N. E. Craft of
Oakland, Cal. The guests filled ten ta
bles. The party was wholly informal
and therefore delightful. The invited
were: Misses Laura Houtz, Mable Rich
ards; Mesdames J. B. Wright, C. H.
Budge, Walter Hargreaves, R. E.Moore,
Armstrong, Tibbets, W. E. Kirker,
Paine, Morris Turner, Tilton, Patrick,
Morrill, O. W. Webster. C. C. Burr, L.
C. Burr, Hooper, Guthrie, J. A. Marsh
all. S. Wilson, E. E. Brown, MacGlean,
Wilson, John Dorgan, D. D. Muir,
Weeks, L. C. Richards, J. A. Buckstaff,
Wolcott, N. S. Harwood. A. C. Ricketta
W. Q. Bell, J. E. Houtz, Leming, Cal
vin Thompson, A. W. Jansen, E. P. E wr
ing, E. Holmes, George Clark, Fawellf
Seacrest, Aitken, . W. Baldwin, Pres
ton, A. G. Billmeyer, F. H. Woods,
Ladd. Latta, Yates, R. D. Muir, William
Turner, J. E. Hill, J. H. Harley.
Married on Wednesday, October 12th,
at high noon in the Second Presbyteiian
church Miss Est el la Dorothy Stire of
Lincoln to Mr. Harry Edward Sidles.
As the wedding party entered the
church Mrs. Stella Livringhouse played
Lohengrin. The party was composed
of Miss Lona Van Sickle and Miss Dora
Burns, ushers, Miss Leona Abbott and
Mr. Leslie Stire, maid of honor and beet
man respectively, and the bride and
groom. After the ceremony, pronounced
by Doctor Dunning, Mrs. Livringhouse
played the Mendelsohn wedding march
while the party left the church. The
bride's gown was a traveling dress of
huckleberry-blue broadcloth trimmed
with light blue and lace and a blue and
white hat. She carried bride roses. Mies
Abbott, of Omaha, who attended her
cousin, the bride, wore a handsome
street drees of seal brown, trimmed with
gold braid. She carried meteor roses
After the ceremony about thirty of the
relatives and imraediato friends ate
breakfast with the bride at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stire
on Holdrege street. Amou the elegant
presents was an heirloom that has been
in the family for many years. It was a
beautiful white counterpane woven by
one of the ancestors of the family at
Culpepper, Vs., in 1817. It is handed
down in the family from one generation
to another and was presented by Mrs.
Frank Fuller and Captain Heddleeton.
The bride's ring was also a souvenir.
having been the wedding ting of Mrs.
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